Western Kentucky University, Associates of Arts in Business Management, Graduates December 2014
Queerability, Founder and President
January 2013 - Present
Queerability is a pending 501(c)3 non-profit LGBTQ and disability rights organization run by and for LGBTQ people with disabilities and works to ensure that the voices of LGBTQ people with disabilities are heard in the conversation around LGBTQ and disability.
The Autistic Self Advocacy Network, Chapter Leader
May 2012 - Present
Advance the principles of the disability rights movement with regard to autism. Empower Autistic people in Kentucky to take control of their own lives and the future of our common community. Organize the Autistic community to ensure our voices are heard in the local conversation about us. Nothing About Us, Without Us!
The Autistic Self Advocacy Network, Intern
June 2014 - Present
Revised the chapter handbook. Assisted with ASAN’s Autism Campus Inclusion Summer Leadership Training. Created a guide to employment for interns with ASAN’s Freddie Mac internship program. Drafted statements and letters to the editor.
Kelly Autism Program, Mentor
February 2014 - Present
Assisting with programming for girls on the autism spectrum ranging from 7 to 16 years old, teaching social skills, fine motor skills, and life skills.
Young Lyons, Management
May 2012 - December 2013
Research venues for concerts, assist with social media, and collaborate on marketing campaigns.
Nothing But Noodles, Cashier
June 2013 - August 2014
Handling payments and transactions, delivering food to customers, and ensuring customer satisfaction
Carmike Cinemas, Concessions/Usher
May 2010 - August 2010
Handling payments and transactions, ensuring customer satisfaction, showing customers to their theater, taking tickets, maintaining cleanliness of theaters and the concession area
Kelly Autism Program
Scholarship Recipient, November 2013
Out & About Nashville
Featured news story, “WKU Student Celebrates First Anniversary of Queerability at Out In Front”, January 2014
WKU College Heights Herald
Featured news story, “Q is for Queerability”, February 2013
Featured news story, “Student-Created Queerability Expands Into Nonprofit”, February 2014
National Centers for Independent Living Conference
Participant, July 2014
Vanderbilt University Office of LGBTQI Life’s Out In Front
Presenter, January 2014
Autism Campus Inclusion Summer Leadership Training
Participant, June 2013
Presenter, November 2013
WKU Clinical Education Complex Special Needs Summit
Presenter, October 2012 and 2013